The University offers a wide range of financial aid options for students. SLU provides several awards based on merit in recognition of academic excellence.  SLU also offers need-based financial aid in the form of work-study and institutional grants for sports and the arts. In addition, SLU participates in government and privately funded scholarships and loans.

SLU provides or administers the following scholarships and grants:

  1. * SLU Entrance Scholarship for 4th year High School Valedictorians and Salutatorians and top 100 placers in the regular SLU College Entrance Examination.
  2. * SLU Academic Scholarship is awarded every semester based on the student’s academic performance of the previous semester
  3. * SLU Activity Grants for 
    1. Members of the SLU Band
    2. Performers of the Center for Culture and the Arts
    3. Varsity Athletes
  4. * SLU Service Grants for Working Students
  5. * PD 577 Scholarship
  6. * SLU Special Scholarship
  7. Private Scholarships implemented by SLU
    1. Ambassador Philip J. Lhuillier Scholarship for BSAC and BSBA courses
    2. Analog Devices Scholarship Program for 3rd, 4th and 5th year BSEE
    3. Antonio/Corazon (Ancor) Favis Scholarship Program for BSED
    4. BGHMC Employees’ Multi-purpose Cooperative Scholarship Program for BSAC, BSBA , BSED, BEED, BS Psych, BS Soc Wk, BA PIS; Bachelor of Arts (BA) Majors in Communication, English or Political Science
    5. Juan F. Salinda Memorial Scholarship Program for the School of Medicine
    6. Loakan Educational Assistance Program (LEAP) Youth Scholarship Prorgam – Open to any course in SLU
    7. Louisian Photography Club for BA Communication
    8. Nellie Kellog Van Schaick Charitable Trust for the School of Medicine
    9. Pablo Fernandez Scholarship Program for BSAC
    10. PAMWE Scholarship for Engineering courses
    11. Philex Mining Corp. Scholarship Program for BS Mining Engineering
    12. PHINMA Foundation Scholarship for 3rd to 5th year Engineering students
    13. Rafael Roces Memorial Scholarship Program for BSED and BEED
    14. Rosalina A. Mateo Academic Assistance Program (RAMAAP)
    15. SLU College of Medicine Batch ‘83/Amadeo B. Belmonte Scholarship Program for the School of Medicine
    16. SLU College of Medicine Batch ‘83/Amadeo B. Belmonte Financial Assistance Program for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students in the School of Medicine
    17. SLU Alumni Foundation Inc. Scholarship Program
    18. SLU-Wostyn/Spiessens Scholarship Program for BS Pharm, BSAC and BSBA Bus Econ
    19. Texas Instruments (Phils) Inc. for BS Electrical and BS Mechanical Eng’g.
    20. Student Loan Program
  8. Government Scholarships:
    1. CHED Special Study Grant Program (CSSGP-CD) under various Congressional Districts
    2. CHED-Higher Education Dev‘t Project Scholarship Program (CHED-HEDP)
    3. CHED-Senate Study Program
    4. Department of Science & Technology (DOST) Scholarship
    5. Development Bank of the Philippines Endowment for Education Program (DBP DEEP) for BS Nursing
    6. Full Merit Program
    7. Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Scholarship
    8. Half Merit program
    9. Half Merit Program for Persons with Disabilities
    10. National Scholarship Program (NSP)
    11. OPAPP-CHED Study Grant Program for Rebel Returnees (OC-SGPRR)
    12. Philippine Veterans Administration Office (PVAO) Scholarship
    13. Regional Scholarship Program (RSP)
    14. Student Assistance Fund for Education (SAFE) for Loans
    15. Student Financial Assistance Program SAFE 4 SR (Students’ Assistance Fund for Education for a Strong Republic (STUFAP)
    16. Study Grant Program for Indigenous and Ethnic People (SGP-IEP)
    17. Study Grant for Solo Parent and their Dependents (SG-SP)
    18. Students Loan Program for Centers of Excellence (SLP-COE)
    19. State Scholarship Program (SSP)
    20. Study Now Pay Later Program (SNPLP)
    21. Tulong Dunong Program
  9. Student Loan Program

Note: * – subject to pertinent SLU policies